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March 24, 2023

Cloverdale Arts Alliance donates to local schools

On June 27, Cloverdale Arts Alliance board president, Nancy Harris Dalwin, presented the Cloverdale Unified School District Board of Directors with a check for $2,500.

Hounds’ baseballers set sights on winning campaign

The Greyhounds didn’t take long to notch their first wins of the spring baseball season, claiming victories over Kelseyville and Credo to even their record at 2-2.

Packers Pride

The Packers? Are we talkin’ Cheeseheads? Nope. We’re talkin’ Prune Packers, a Healdsburg baseball tradition dating back 100 years.  The Packers’ name stems from the...

Fall registration opening for Healdsburg Youth Soccer League

The Healdsburg Fall Youth Soccer League registration will open on Monday, May 10. Registrations received before June 15 will receive a 10 percent discount. Practices will begin in August with games starting in September. To register please call Healdsburg Community Services: Phone: (707) 431-3301 or register at www.healdsburgsoccer.com.

Healdsburg out fast at Big Cat Invitational

Healdsburg High School track and field athletes got off to a solid start at the Big Cat Invitational meet hosted by Santa Rosa on Saturday, March 5, an event that serves as the annual kickoff for the spring season.

West County captures Silver Division title at Dandelion Days softball tourney

The West County High School (WCHS) varsity softball team recorded its first highlight of the spring campaign last weekend at the 20th annual Dandelion Days Tournament in Jackson, winning three of four games played to hoist the first-place Silver Division trophy.

Washington School Eagle Award winners for this fall

The Eagle Award is presented to one student from each grade at the end of every quarter at Washington School in Cloverdale.

10k Footrace Returns to Fitch Mountain

It was a perfect day for a run—as it so often is—and for 150 folks it was a day to return to Healdsburg for...

CHS Eagles boys basketball team tied for first place

Cloverdale High School varsity basketball teams enter the final stretch of league play this week, hopeful that a strong finish will land them a high seed in the upcoming North Coast Section playoffs.